Eltham Cemetery

At the end of a steady incline up Riefield Road in Eltham lies a large, more recent cemetery, most buried during the mid to late 1900’s.

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Flowers filled many yards on the street.

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Rounding the corner at the end of the street was Eltham Cemetery.

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With this cemetery being fairly new, there were lots of nick-knacks and flowers within.

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There were the more recent graves and stones…

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…but also some older ones, giving a good mixture of both.

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A few had statutes which always intrigues me.

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Tucked away in a corner lot, and fenced in, is a children’s cemetery.  This is the first time I have seen children separated.

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Over all, a nice cemetery located on a quiet street.

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